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You may have a faulty GFCI...test it and again with a known good appliance.
If the GFCI holds, then you have a ground fault in the pressure cooker. Either disassemble the cooker to the electrics and fix the short or return the cooker under warranty.
Chances are you can even get a replacement outside of warranty if you talk nice to the company.
Google it and get the company website.
If you bought it from bed bath and beyond just return it, hopefully with the receipt.
may be a shorted element, but could be almost ANY shorted item. Look at the board for a better idea of exactly which relay is blowing and trace it back. Otherwise a complete disassembly and testing of all components will be needed.
First of all...water and electrical connections don't mix well. Since the overdrive button is located on the left side of the shifter, and your wife spilled water on the shifter, the water has likely caused an electrical short.
With the ignition key off, try using compressed air to blow out any possible water or moisture around the shifer button and at the base of the shifter itself. Since the overdrive button has electrical connections inside the shifter, the water has probably caused a short. (I repeat...water and electrical connections don't mix well) If this doesn't cure the problem, you may need to disassemble the shifter mechanism and check for water or moisture. The electrical connections or wiring may be wet inside the shifter, which is likely causing the problem. Blow the areas out with compressed air and make sure everything is clean and dry. Then reassemble the shifter mechanism and reheck to see if this cures the problem.
Have you check the beam switch, might not inter acting due some dirt or rust, try to disassemble and clean the contact using any rust solution. It is also connected on relay,might the wirings connected is intermittent,check and fit the connections. A sort of ground or shorted may also cause not powering your head light, so to make sure all electrical wirings are placed well.
Hope this will be enough helpful for your...good luck.
With a megger or a decent multimeter you should be able to check the cord and motor for grounds. It is tripping a GFI though so testing at this point is redundant. The bad news is that a grounded submersible pump motor is never worth fixing. A new unit is about $200 and even a cheap shop at $50/hr would take at least a couple of hours to disassemble, clean and re-insulate the winding. That assumes re-insulating it will fix the ground which is often not the case. In short, your best bet for a unit that is no longer covered under warranty is to replace it once the electrical system goes to ground. John
I would replace the switch - which is something you can do I imagine.
1) just make sure all electricity is off
2) you might need to disassemble the unit just a little, but the object is to 'get to' the switch itself and then remove the wires that is plugged/attached to the switch. NOTE:: it's possible that you might have some 'burnt/shorted' wires in which case all you might need to do - is to fix the 'burnt/shorted' wires and try the AC again.
3) be sure you label each wire you take from the switch, i.e. use numbers or color code or some way for you to be able to put these wires back on a new switch.
4) once you've labeled the wires - then remove the switch and take to an appliance/parts store and buy an 'exact' replacement switch -one that has the same connections as the old one.
5) re-install it on your AC and this should fix your problem.
If the breaker is turning off when plugged in the dryer has a direct short somewhere. It could be anywhere inside the dryer and the dryer will need to be disassembled to find the electrical short. Leave the dryer unplugged and get a test meter to help locate the problem. I will be here if you need, just let me know, Thanks, Sea Breeze
A lot of rowenta irons have a safety or auto shutoff built in them that fails. The only way I have found to fix them is to disassemble it and permanently connect the switch then it works fine, just does not auto shut off.